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goth from the apartment association, also victoria and stefan moor and also brian davis. >> i am a community organizor with the commission sro collaborate ive. the purpose is to improve livering conditions and fight for housing justice. through my work in sro hotels i've seen a variety of health issues that sro tenants face including secondhand smoke. when the opportunity came up for us to learn more about this, we took it. for about 6 months we surveyed 300 tenants who lived in sro's and apartments in all 11 districts to find out how much second hand smoke affected them and if they would be interested in a disclosure policy. we found 57 percent of tenants had neighbors who smoke in their units and of those people, 59 percent reported secondhand smoke drifts in their apartment. they reported having someone in their unit whose illness was made worse by secondhand smoke. many people didn't have enough information to make an informed decision about where they were moving. only 40 percent reported knowing when they moved in and 72 percent said they would want to know. this legi
and his father and had a class in moore house of seven students. dr. brown and members of the class and knew them before and before then and he brings a lean yaj of struggle to the table every time he speaks with tremendous morale authority and stroke couldn't stop him for fight wg great power. [applause] i want to thank mayor ed lee for convening the family. for all the times we think of leading from the front. often you lead from the center. you have the power to convene the family, to
the president and still get their spending? >> that was a great piece by steven moore. having watched this and reading that piece i'm worried that the republicans could bend more to your point. but i think the general public needs to be worried because there are other types of taxes coming. nancy pelosi said something that was really interesting about how to get the taxes. she says she was fairly agnostic about it. in other words, just throw the hook out there and whatever we pull up in the net that is what we pull up. any one out there that doesn't think that personal ex. exemptions won't eventually be on the table. when you talk about healthcare, problem your employer that is paying for your healthcare that is an economic benefit and the government will come after that, too. a gas emissions tax and national sales tax. all of this stuff is still on the table. where the republicans draw the line and continue to fight remains to be seen. i do know all of these things are on the quivers. >> neil: but when taxes start going up they don't stop cold. >> and they want that trillion dollars.
john boehner replayed the whole thing to the "wall street journal" steve moore. the president says the country does not have a spending problem. told boehner to his face at the white house that it is all fiction. spending isn't the problem. healthcare is. get that under control the president reportedly says pretty much everything else is under control. we will talk to steve moore in a is second about what boehner said after this. it might explain this. nancy pelosi pushing for still more revenues this week and republicans demanding dollar for dollar tax hikes to spending cuts. what makes you think we will make any progress wielding this out of control when we are not. steve, why less won't be more. steve this is fascinating. tell me exactly what went down. >> i did the interview with speaker boehner on friday over in the capitol and one of the first things that he told me in the meeting. i said what was the most interesting thing and shocking thing about the five weeks of negotiations in the oval office with president obama? and he said at one point the president turned to him and
financial group here in new york. in washington, stephen moore, senior writer for "the wall street journal." good morning to both of you. matt, first to you here in new york, why is this happening? >> the whole obamacare plan was to lower costs as you just mentioned. reason this will go up everyone will vilify the health insurance companies. health costs are going up so the insurance companies are forced to pass them on to you and i as individuals. the reason costs are going up, suddenly the system is being flooded by new people obamacare wants to get in there. aim maybe a person healthy doesn't pay that much or two to the doctor often is now paying much more because the health care system is flooded with so many people. bill: stephen moore, has this failed already? >> it certainly is off to a poor start, isn't it? i am wondering whether a lot of americans are seeing that they got a false bill of goods. during obamacare, the whole discussion how it would lower costs. remember the president saying it would save the average american family several thousand dollars a year. we're already seein
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. gerri: you make a good point. i wanted to respond one more thing, which i found interesting. steve moore of "the wall street journal" said we had heard that i'm not going to negotiate with the president anymore and now we find out that the president told speaker boehner that the country doesn't have a spending problem. does this tell you anything you that you don't need to know about the democratic agenda? >> is that we think we should be spending more than $3 trillion a year. >> when you're dealing with that, it's hard to know how you're going to negotiate with that. gerri: thank you for coming on tonight, it's always great to see you. >> thank you. gerri: the best laid plans of mice and men. like the tax bonanza that democrats are eagerly awaiting. that may already be behind us. more than 1000 public companies declared special dividends. the president lobbied to put things in place to make sure that the wealthy pay their fair share. but some did better than others. not only did cost no paid early dividends to avoid taxes, but they made it a mega-dividend. $3 billion. equip equivalent
to face hopefully this year. we are going to attack the cake issue in some way. steven moore had an exclusive with john boehner. inside the president's mind set. it has to be kind of scary for those who worry about our he can numberic outlook. matt damon says frak something bad. we have another document tate tore who says it is good we should ignore matt damon. we will show you how to be rich. bring a pen to the show. she gets taken on by a marine on her no gun stance. my first weekend with a pocket hose. how did it change my life? i will share back with you only on "fox & friends." >> good morning to you. it is 10 minutes before the hour. president obama for president in 2016 in that could actually happen if a democratic congressman gets his way. he is reintroducing a bill to repeal the 22nd amendment. that states that no president could be elected to more than 2 terms in office. he tried repealing this 7 times since 1997. the proposals never even made it to a floor vote. >>> check this out. this is the world's first cash d -- dashcam video. it is footage of firefighters back in
and get moore money back. >> hire a lawyer with that 8500. you can sue. it is a key point you're making. the settlement does allow individual homeowners to consider and continue their separate legal fights in court against the banks. sandra: you have to think some lawyers will step in on this one. >> you think? ashley: come on down. sandra: you take a big risk putting only 8500 bugs you got towards a lawyer. >> if you get 8100. could be a couple hundred. ashley: spend 100 grand to get your 800 back. sandra: thank you, adam so much. ashley: is europe's economy gaining strength? we hear it all the time. ever more advisors thinks so and this is creating a once in a generation opportunity for investors to jump in. that's great but where? we'll ask him next. sandra: what opportunities will earnings season bring? we have an analyst ready to share a few surprises so you can prepare your portfolio. keep it here on fox business she knows you like no one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil
's ruckelhaus who made this clear to me and a few others. i interviewed jonathan moore who was elliot richardson's chief aide. richardson and ruckelshaus implored bork to stay. now, bork had a different legal theory what the president could or could not do. but he wanted to resign. bork actually wanted to resign and go back to yale and he just was convinced his yale friend, his colleagues would never forgive him. ruckelhaus and richardson said no, if you resign nobody is running this place and they were afraid alexander haig, someone they mistrusted, would choose a new attorney general who would be a disaster for the country and they said -- they put pressure on bork to stay. bork describes it but the beauty of these oral histories, you'll see croob rating evidence from other people who don't have the same stake bork does in his own reputation. >> what are you doing now? >> i'm an independent historian. i left and i had a book about kennedy i had been meaning to write, i had a contract for it, and i needed time to write it. i went back to writing and i have a couple books i'm working on right no
are, the moore our economy grows, artists, teachers, professors, entrepreneurs, you name it. the children are our greatest natural resource in america, but yet we leave it undercultivated. so this woman says that and i say, why don't we see what it's like to live on food stamps or the snap program, and so i went to bed thinking, no big deal, and i woke up and it was a big story, and so i called my staff and i said, guess what i'm doing? and so -- but it was a powerful thing because we're one of 14 cities in america to have a food policy director, and i think all cities into have it. we have already done a lot of work on trying too expand affordable healthy options, and the more i talked with my food policy director, said this is a great thing, not only raise levels of compassion and understanding and disspell pad stereotypes about snap, and families on snap, and focus them instead on the realities of that, but also the policy changes we could be making at a local level to empower -- to address food and security to address food and nutrition deserts and end expand more health
's what he said about his primary loss. quote, michael moore, bill clinton and jimmy carter coming out and giving you kudos as a sane republican doesn't play so well in the primary phase of iowa or south carolina. can you be a, quote, unquote, sane republican these days and be successful? >> well, i think that the most important thing for us all to remember is that we are americans first. and we need to be democrats and republicans second. >> it's easy to say. everybody says it. but in practice, nothing's getting done. >> but you're right. and if you look at what happens in primaries now, which pushes so many people either to the far left or to the far right. but you look at what huntsman did. what huntsman did was he looked to where his commonality was with president obama. that's what he did first. he went to the common ground first. and when he realized that there were things that they had differences on and he chose to step out there and he wanted to run himself for the idealins th he had that were very reasonable in most instances, he did a very thoughtful and well mannered thing.
's clearly president obama, that's clearly true. and steve moore's piece was excellent. it went through a lot of logic and i'm a huge fan of boehner, i think that speaker boehner is really great and did a good job. he had no choice, but to let the upper rates go higher. that's the killer in this economy and now the democrats own it and have to live with it. charles: art, the killer, also, everyone watching the show got a check over the weekend and they saw their checks dinged and the payroll tax cuts expiring. i kind of thought that fell under the president's pledge not to tax the middle class. that's what he pledged. of all the taxes there are and all taxes are bad. but the payroll tax is the least bad of all the taxes we have. if you cut the payroll tax that will hurt the economy not help it. raising it where it should be is the correct thing to do and for economics as well my view of the world. cutting government spending is the real tax problem we have and payroll tax is not. charles: where are we going? goldman sachs says this fiscal cliff deal will take 200 billion in disposable income
. national debt, $16.4 trillion. recent cuts, this is questionable. because not counting moore's, i'm not so sure. that's still the same number that was on the original board. of course, we took away the eight zeros. let's do that. we're taking away the eight zeros in every case. i'll tell you why we're going through this exercise again. basically, what that leaves us with here is, and we'll get rid of all the non-descripts, about 24,500 on the family income, about 35,000 on the debt of the -- or excuse me, the budget of the family. around 10,000 in new debt. the current debt is about 164,000. and we're only cutting about $385. but let's go to recent reads, okay? the recent read is we have 52,000 per citizen. a little over 1 million per taxpayer on underfunded liabilities. and that comes out to about 3 million per citizen on underfunded licts. so i think in essence our politicians have created a new program. you want to know what i call that program? i call that program all kids left behind. all kids left behind. are we proud of that? because that's exactly what we've done. all kids left beh
, 90 come in one case 340 years. it was a stack of seconds. they gave joe moore, a hog farmer, who if i had enough, there were 60 mins, they did a great piece that shows the house joe moore, really a ramshackle hut, gave about a 90 year sentence but now, it was actually, the range was from probation to 99 years and for some reason the jury saw fit to give him nine years of grace. freddie, ma a 21 euros, son of a military man, he had gone to school, was in college, got a 25 year since. he asked his father way he should take a plea, and his father said look, if you're innocent you need to prove, get your day in court and go to trial and prove it. the son took his word, went to trial and got a 25 year sentence instead of a five year plea sends, since he would've gotten had he planned. the stories went on and on, and quickly, i probably most certainly would've done exactly if i had been in the same situation, people start to say we can get a fair trial, we are going to start to take place but to take place but i do have many of you know, but again tv makes it seem like everyone goes to tria
your comments on twitter at http://twitter.com/cspanwj. stephen moore has a profile of house speaker john boehner in " the wall street journal." he writes -- randy, michigan, democrat. should a debt limit increase be tied to a cut in spending? caller: the debate is to be contingents -- we should have this as a debate for future spending. you cannot not pay the bills you have ari spent. leaready spent. if you want to go forward with a good debate and one that maybe we gentlemen, we will do that. tying it to what we have already paid is silly. it is not sound. these gentlemen have been on a school board. it is nice to have your ideas. and you look at the facts, you do not get to play. facts are facts. it is fine to do that for the feature. we do not have a government like one in my house. i do not have 100,000 people added every month to my home ike we do by people being born. there is a lot of leeway. >> from twitter -- we heard from the house minority leader. her picture is in the front page of the washington time with two stories about congress and the economy. charlie, florida, rep
steven moore from the "wall street journal" sat down with john boehner, speaker of the house, who was shortly -- after he sat down -- before reelected. john boehner revealed essentially the president's mind-set. john boehner kept talking about, look, mr. president, we've got a spending problem in this country. and the president said we don't have a spending problem. we've got a problem with health care. health care is the big driver of all the big price tags in this country, he said. and john boehner obviously disagreed. >> a lot of people should agree actually with that. a lot of people say because of obamacare, this is probably not where the president was going with it, but because of obamacare health c and taxes wil go up. it's interesting that he would believe that would be the reason for the spending problem. a lot of people think that's going to be exacerbated with obamacare in full force. >>brian: he goes on to say in what i think is an exclusive interview, he repeated the message so often he said toward the end of the negotiations the president became irritated and said i'
. and the white house -- "the wall street journal" writer who sat with him, steve moore from the editorial page, said boehner looked battle weary. and he really took some shots at the president, talking about how he was overly ideological, quoting back how when he kept saying to the president, we have a spending problem, speaker boehner says that president obama said to him, you know, john, i'm tired of hearing you say that. whatever bond these two had over the fact that they both had difficult constituencies seems to be broken. >> mike allen going to be back in our next hour to talk dangling participles. >> gerunds. >> alex has the definition of gerund. he's going to tell a waiting america that definition now. >> a gerund is a form that is derived from a verb but that functions as a noun. >> oh, wow! i like it when you say it like that, alex. >> i think we've got a spending problem. >> that's weird. >>> up next -- >> and joe, mika, real quick, also just while i've been on the air, we've been told that along with senator hagel today, the president also will be nominating john brannen to head th
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